The different stages of Meiosis I in an animal cell
Prophase II, Metaphase II and Anaphase II in Meiosis II of an animal cell
Telophase II and cytokinesis in Meiosis II of an animal cell
Understanding the difference between chromosomes and chromatids can be difficult. We count chromosomes by the number of centromeres present. So when the 46 chromosomes duplicate during interphase and the amount of DNA in the cell doubles there are still only 46 chromosomes present because there are still only 46 centromeres present. However, there are now 92 chromatids, which are strands of replicated chromosomes.